Comments on: Holbrooke in Pakistan: a sea change? Perspectives on Pakistan Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:31:05 +0000 hourly 1 By: Myra MacDonald Sat, 14 Feb 2009 20:36:11 +0000 Thanks to the person who said:

“Can I please please ask,after all this horrid slanging match, what has been achieved? All I can see are insults being traded and have yet to see just one person say they have actually DONE something to help Kashmir and stabilise relations between Pakistan and India. Until that happens, I suggest that people actually do something useful with their time and stop this childishness.

– Posted by MajorMaqbool”

The discussion has gone way off topic, which was originally about whether Holbrooke would manage to bring peace to the region. Since it seems to have deteriorated into a slanging match I’m going to close comments on this particular post. And thanks to those who posted useful comments. I’ll start a new thread in the hope of getting a better discussion next time.


By: Blogger Sat, 14 Feb 2009 20:08:21 +0000 — Talking about Indian Army in Kashmir… lol
didn’t knew you guys are so jealous of our own Army in our own Land 😛 isn’t that a joke?

“Hamarae ghar mein hum nahin rehenge tho kya mehman rehenge…”

By: Blogger Sat, 14 Feb 2009 20:03:40 +0000 Whosoever exposing, please read this and close all your exposing…. CENSORED lol
The First citizen of the country admits….
Read on
Taliban is in “huge” amounts of Pakistan:  /N13547575.htm

If ears faint watch on: 3/60minutes/main4800926.shtml

— How pathetic it would be to a president to admit the truth after they sung a false tune….
— Trusting a lying person is impossible so trusting a lying nation….. any words?

By: Global Watcher Sat, 14 Feb 2009 19:33:10 +0000 @Ali,

Ali, you like your Madrassa Imams, have too much time on your hands. Go and join a rally against terrorism and do something good for the world.

By: India Exposed! Sat, 14 Feb 2009 18:19:47 +0000 The true indian democracy!!!

SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) – Indian authorities deployed thousands of troops across Kashmir on Monday to prevent demonstrations planned to mark the 61st anniversary of New Delhi’s rule over the region.

In Srinagar, Kashmir’s summer capital, troops patrolled deserted streets, erected barricades and blocked roads leading to the offices of U.N. Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP).

UNMOGIP, one of the oldest U.N. missions, monitors a 1949 cease-fire line dividing Kashmir between India and Pakistan.

Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, chairman of the separatist All Parties Hurriyat (Freedom) Conference alliance, was placed under house arrest to prevent him from leading a march to the U.N. office.

“October 27 is the blackest day in the history of Kashmir,” Farooq said referring to the day in 1947 when Indian troops arrived to take control of the region, just over two months after India and Pakistan won independence from Britain.

On October 26, 1947, the Hindu ruler of Kashmir said his Muslim-majority kingdom would accede to India and not join newly created Islamic Pakistan.

Kashmir has since been claimed by both India and Pakistan, and roiled with violence, involving Indian troops and Muslim militants.

So far 43,000 people have been killed, officials say, but human rights groups put the toll at 60,000.

Reuters reporting there hardley a great advert for indian democracy lol….

By: Coward indian army exposed! Sat, 14 Feb 2009 18:14:23 +0000 Indian Occupation of kashmir!!

Amnesty International has appealed to Indian authorities to urgently investigate nearly a thousand unmarked graves in Kashmir discovered by a local human rights group over the past year.

The graves were found in cemeteries in 18 villages close to the Line of Control, the military control line dividing Kashmir between India and Pakistan, according to the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP), an independent group in Kashmir.

“Amnesty International urges the Government of India to launch urgent investigations into hundreds of unidentified graves discovered since 2006 in Jammu and Kashmir,” a statement from Amnesty International said.

The APDP estimates around 10,000 people went missing — presumed kidnapped and murdered by security forces — during the nearly two-decade-old separatist revolt in Kashmir, and says many of the missing could have ended up in these unmarked graves.

“The grave sites are believed to contain the remains of victims of unlawful killings, enforced disappearances, torture and other abuses which occurred in the context of armed conflict persisting in the state since 1989,” Amnesty’s statement added.

Anup thats NOT pakistan lol who carried out this report!

By: Ali Sat, 14 Feb 2009 18:03:49 +0000 Kashmir’s newly buried men and women are maybe a mere addition to cold statistic of the dead in the Kashmir valley, but for the majority of its 6.7 million people, they are the new ‘martyrs’.

By: ali Sat, 14 Feb 2009 18:01:54 +0000 Are we getting touchy IDIOTS? lol

Thats just the start I dont have time to bother with you idiots. But since Anup your bund has lot of fire in it lol why dont you join your coward securty servuces they are short of men to take the bullets maybe they need idiots like you and perfect recruit as well.

Tipu was indian you stupid arse wipe thats because it was all india so even my grand parents would have been refred to as indian obviously as the Bangladesh/Pakistan and even new india is 60years development because of hindu greed where they wanted to rule muslims but eneded up losing most of india lol.

Maybe they should have bothered to assure Mr Jinnah that muslims were under protection. I wonder why he left the ghandi n the boys as he was congress man because you decitful indians NEVER gave him a possitive answer to his concerns. What hapened after that we all know ha ha I think india still has stomah for Khalistan, Tamilstan, Orisatan lol. Long live the sepratist movements carry on the good work if ever needed ISI help its would be pleasure.

By: Anup Sat, 14 Feb 2009 17:11:05 +0000 Ali
“American jobs for american people”
— “American bombs for pakistani people”

By: Anup Sat, 14 Feb 2009 16:53:09 +0000 “A defence lawyer said Mr Yadav, 70, appeared mentally unstable and he was sent to an asylum in Varanasi city.”

—India Exposed IS Mr. Yadav.